As I said, today I actually had a purpose to go – six 215/45 Wanli’s for my newly acquired drift spares. Best prices around and happy to have my money go to good people. He does a little drift spec car sellin’… …and parts slingin’. He has quite the random collection too. In that picture to name a few, there is a SR manifold, a brand new set of Evo 7 Ganadors, a pair of 16″ Advan Oni’s, white faces set of Defi gauges, and a pair of 18x8J+26 Work Varianza.
If there are any steezy four luggers out there who want to ball on a nice set of rims for a stock body – 18x9j+25 and 18x10j+25. Holler if you’re interested, wheels only no tires.
Here are a few of my favorite items in the shop:
He is selling this R34 coverted Stagea wagon for a friend, and it isn’t just a facelift. It is rocking a full R34 drivetrain with functioning ATTESA. The RB26 has a pair of N1 turbos and is ran by a Power FC. He said it was a 3,000,000yen build, so it’s a bargain at 1,350,000yen. Haha. If I had a family, this would be my “soccer mom” car.
Proving his O.G. status, in the waiting room, you can watch a VHS Option or read a Drift Tengoku from 2002. I flipped through some of the old ones and it was an awesome period in street spec drift style. Saving the best for last, I think I asked him a while back about these Endless calipers and he said, “No sale.” If it turns out they are for a S-chassis and I can talk him into selling them, they will find their way onto my S14. As I wrap this up, another look from outside. Finding shops like this has made me really enjoy hunting for local shops and businesses instead of immediately turning to the national chains like UpGarage or Autobacs. Dealing with and talking to the owner really adds something great to “just buying car parts.”